Cooking Apple Trees

Perfect for pies, preserves, cider and sauces, cooking apples are an integral part of British cuisine. Varied in flavour, it is best to research a cultivar's characteristics before buying. In spite of popular belief they can be ate raw, although often do not sit well in the stomach, but there are exceptions to this such as the versatile 'Granny Smith'.

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